behove behove


  • (v) be appropriate or necessary


  1. Speaking about her relationship with the Coldplay singer, Paltrow said: "It doesn't behove us to be a public couple. He certainly doesn't want to be that. So it's just better if we don't - I mean, we've never ever walked down a red carpet together,...
    on Feb 3, 2009 By: Gwyneth Paltrow Source: Independent

  2. "If the learning at elementary and high schools in rural areas is destabilized, we're going to lose kids to that higher learning," warned Savoline. "I think it would behove him to address the problem and relieve the anxiety of those 100...
    on Apr 10, 2008 By: Joyce Savoline Source: Brandon Sun

  3. On comments made by industrialist Ratan Tata that she had "pulled the trigger", Banerjee said "it does not behove well to accuse one party while speaking as 'His Master's Voice' of another party (CPI-M).
    on Oct 6, 2008 By: Mamata Banerjee Source: Economic Times

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pivotal pivotal
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